CAR BOOT REOPENING THURSDAY 2ND JULY
Mytchett Car Boot sale will be reopening Thursday 2nd July. Welcome back to all sellers and buyers, Covid-19 safety guidelines will be strictly adhered to and social distancing in place.
Please take a moment to read the below guidelines for both Sellers and Buyers, there are a few changes, notably time entry dependent price levels for buyers.
The toilets will be available from 8.30 AM and will be cleaned every half hour. We are only allowed to use one cubicle in the toilets so you may experience a short queue. Please be patient.
Please arrive between 5.30 and 6.30 am for set up. Sellers areas will be cordoned off and buyers lanes will be one way facing only to encourage the one-way flow of traffic. Please bring your own PPE and take away any rubbish at the end of the boot sale. Throughout the boot sale, marshalls will be checking that guidelines are adhered to.
Sellers will now pay the pitch on entry:
Thursdays pitch fee:
Cars – from £7.00, Vans from £7.00, Trailers – from £4.00
Saturdays pitch fee:
Cars – from £9.00, Vans – from 12.00, Trailers – from 5.00
***DO NOT ARRIVE BEFORE 6.30 AM***
To encourage a safe environment there will be staggered entry with social distancing in place, please also follow one-way traffic signs and use the sanitizer provided. Please bring your own PPE.
Please DO NOT HANDLE items that you are not intending to buy if you do this means under government guidance the seller is meant to remove it from the table and quarantine it for 72 hours.
Entry between 6.30 and 7.30 am will be £1 entry, Entry from 7.30 onwards will be 20p
We look forward to seeing you, please bear with us, as you can imagine this is a constantly changing work in progress.
What we mean by PPE:
Face coverings: If you can, you should also wear a face-covering in other enclosed public spaces where social distancing isn’t possible and where you will come into contact with people you do not normally meet. Please remember it’s not compulsory to do so and we can not force customers into wearing one.
Hand Sanitiser: Wash your hands often using soap and water, and dry them thoroughly. Where available, use sanitizer outside your home, especially as you enter a building and after you have had contact with surfaces. Avoid touching your face.
Gloves: Please reframe from using gloves as this can spread the virus, this is not recommended by the government and Health officials.
We have a sanitizer station at the front of the entrance, please use this on the way in and out. it’s there for your use and provided free.